CHICAGO—The MACK Companies has purchased Fay’s Point, a 27-acre development in south suburban Blue Island, just 15 miles south of Chicago. The site includes 30 existing townhomes, home sites for 44 new-construction townhomes, five lots capable of holding up to 236 new multifamily units, and a marina with more than 80 boat slips.

“We’re getting back to our roots with building ground-up, new construction residential properties,” says James McClelland, president and CEO of Tinley Park-based MACK. “Before establishing MACK, I spent 16 years acquiring land and building new homes. This project is a perfect extension of our core business and continues our mission to raise the quality of life of our customers, whether they are renters or homeowners.”

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